Premarket Movers Monday – Twitter, Netflix, Cars.com

Stock futures rose Monday as the bond market stabilized and Wall Street expected Congress to unwind the $ 1.9 trillion coronavirus package.

Here are some of the top movers during Monday premarket trading.

1. Walmart WMT | Plus 1.1%

Walmart shares ((WMT) – Get the report rose after the retail giant scrapped its $ 35 minimum order for express delivery.

“Customers sometimes tell us that the items they needed in a rush weren’t getting the bare minimum, so we’re removing them so it’s even easier for customers to get what they need when they need it,” said Tom Ward, senior vice president a statement.

2. NIO NIO | Plus 6%

US publicly traded stocks of Nio ((NOK) – Get the report jumped ahead of the electric vehicle maker’s earnings report.

3. Netflix NFLX | Plus 1.3%

Shares of Netflix ((NFLX.) Advanced after the streaming major won 10 Golden Globes prizes on Sunday evening for shows like “The Crown” and the popular chess series “The Queen’s Gambit”.

4. Twitter TWTR | Plus 1.1%

Shares from Twitter ((TWTR) – Get the report were higher after the social media giant unveiled a $ 1.25 billion convertible bond offering in a private placement.

5. Cars.com CARS | Plus 12%

Cars.com shares ((CARS) – Get the report rose after benchmark analyst Daniel Kurnos upgraded the car dealer with a price target of $ 18 to buy from the hold.

6. Exxon Mobil | Plus 3.6%

Exxon Mobil shares ((XOM) – Get the report CNBC reported, citing sources, that activist investor Jeff Ubben of Inclusive Capital Partners will join the oil major’s board of directors.

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